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Greetings TRB Health and Transportation Subcommittee friends,
Last call: we are seeking volunteers to develop the Subcommittee's research needs
statements. We aim to identify research areas that would address concerns facing the
intersecting health and transportation professions. It is a great opportunity to help
formulate the research program by identifying high priority needs and new opportunities.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email me by COB on Monday 10/31 at
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your experience with developing research needs statements, particularly on:
* Identifying and prioritizing research needs;
* Identifying subject matter experts to advise on research projects;
* Reviewing research reports;
* Promoting the application of research results.
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